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| | JOINING DOTS: BLOG
AUGUST 28, 2006 [Analytics, Microsoft] Joining Dots: Blog: SharePoint History
Please visit the new blog at www.joiningdots.com/blog/ 28 August 2006 SharePoint History In 2007, Microsoft will release the third version of their SharePoint server product - Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS 2007). In 1998 Microsoft announced that the next version of Exchange, codename Platinum, would include a new information store - the Web Store - designed for handling documents and web content, as well as email.
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JANUARY 21, 2009 [Analytics, Microsoft] Most Popular Portals and KM Blog Posts 2008
I took a look at Google Analytics to see what posts people were looking at on this blog in 2008. These subscribers likely simply read the RSS feed, if they read a post at all, since I put the whole post in it. and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS ) (2006). It seems to get the best data. The top two destinations were the home page to no surprise but I was pleased that the average time on site for people who came first to the home page was 6 minutes, 45 seconds.
| | COLLABORATIVE THINKING
DECEMBER 24, 2008 [Analytics, Microsoft] 2009: Planning Considerations For Enterprise 2.0
Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007 (MOSS) is a disappointing platform for social computing in my opinion. The blog is barely acceptable, the wiki is not, the decision to implement RSS rather than Atom was short-sighted and the "Corporate Facebook" capability is not that impressive. My position for some time has been that the next release will be a tipping point for Microsoft's social computing efforts. Enterprise RSS": It's A Middleware Decision.
- [Analytics, Microsoft] MIKE2.0 Information Development Blog
Home Wiki Blogs Bookmarks Forums Explore Profile Log in / Create account RSS
Subscribe in a reader Categories Data Quality Enterprise Content Management Enterprise Data Management Enterprise Search Enterprise2.0 Doug moved on to discuss Microsoft
’s offering for ECM, Microsoft
Office SharePoint Server (MOSS
): 12% of respondents stated that MOSS
is their chosen ECM suite (enterprise wide) Collaboration is stated as the top reason to implement MOSS
Although Enterprise 2.0 MORE >>
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Analytics, Microsoft] Collaborative Thinking: Of bread, butter, cheese, and mousetraps.
| SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2008
Interesting comment below regarding a little debate between Sam Lawrence of Jive Software and Lawrence Liu of Microsoft
regarding the recent SharePoint conference. There are a couple of ways to look at how Microsoft
is responding to market and customer demand for social software (lets define it for sake of argument as social software being equal to blogs, wikis, tags/bookmarks, feed syndication and social networking): 1. Microsoft
Office (e.g., MORE >>